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Jul 18, 2011 8:00pm EDT
, serving his sentence for tax fraud and lying to white house officials. bernie kerik was also a tool of rupert murdoch. nothing would stop bernie kerik from doing anything murdoch or his lieutenants wanted him to do. bernie kerik was and is a criminal, and he was rudy giuliani's choice to be the police commissioner of the city of new york. there is no doubt tonight that bernie kerik is at the top of the list of people the fbi is going to want to interview in the investigation into what exactly murdoch's phone hackers may have done to the families of 9/11 victims in new york city. and if the fbi can find any dirt on bernie kerik in this case, then kerik will crack and tell them everything he knows about rupert murdoch and his empire. if murdoch needs kerik to stay quiet, then he needs to find a way to get the word to bernie that murdoch can do more for him in whatever is left of his future than the fbi can. murdoch and his new york team know how weak bernie kerik is. if they have to count on him to keep their secrets, they must be very, very worried tonight. >> my choice ultimately was a
Jul 19, 2011 11:00pm EDT
are, the most corrupt police officer at the time was the police commissioner, bernie kerik, as in london, we may end up seeing a story that goes all the way to the top to the police department here as it did in britain. >> right, it's an interesting theory, lawrence, but at this point there's no evidence to support that. there is this allegation from the daily mirror, which it's worth pointing out is a rival paper to murdoch, there were no names in it. it's very hard to assess the credibility of it. this is clearly the most serious allegation facing news corp. were any of this proven to be true, it would have a devastating blow on news corp. and could ultimately lead to the challenge of the broadcast licenses, which would be the worst blow possible to the company, but at this point we have to be cautious and say look, we haven't seen a lot to support that particular allegation. >> and michael, the broadcast licenses are important because really the newspaper business, murdoch says accurately, it's a tiny piece of his action, just a few percent of what that company is up to, which
Search Results 0 to 9 of about 10 (some duplicates have been removed)